Our carbon neutral plan is live
The Royal Borough of Greenwich declared a climate emergency two years ago and agreed to set an ambitious target to reach net zero carbon emissions 20 years ahead of the national target.
COP26: Royal Greenwich is watching
In Royal Greenwich we have set an ambitious target of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030 but we can only do more with support from the government.
Royal Borough of Greenwich launches youth training camp to get young people into construction jobs that combat climate change
The Royal Borough of Greenwich will be piloting a Building Green Skills Youth Training Camp that will springboard young people aged 18 to 24 into the sustainable construction jobs of the future.
You decide where public money should be spent to avert climate change
Do you care about the environment and climate change and want to do your bit?
Wyborne Primary School: Proposed School Street
We have amended our proposals for the School Street initiative.
Keeping our climate change response on track
Despite some of the environmental benefits we’ve seen as a result of the lockdown, we know this isn't the long-term answer to addressing the climate emergency. But maybe we can take something from it.
Planned work to our phone system
On Saturday 26 November, between 8am and 1pm, we’re carrying out essential work to improve our phone system. We will have less capacity to handle your calls. We will be back up and running after 1pm.